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We don’t see as many multi-monitor desktops as we’d like, so when Flickr user xbrokenherox submitted this good-looking dual-display setup, we were more than happy to feature it. Games on the right, work on the left, and plenty of room for windows and applications in between. Here’s how he set it all up.
Georgacus‘s desktop is devoid of fancy widgets and skins, but that doesn’t mean he hasn’t customised it. The tools that are available are incredibly useful, inclduing a battery gauge going up the left side of the screen, a custom taskbar, and a now-playing display in the right corner. Here’s how he did it.